Susan Kouguell examines the Western genre by taking a closer look at 'The Salvation' and 'Unforgiven'.
What are your goals is the most important questions a writer can ask. Not just of their protagonist, antagonist and every single one of their supporting characters…but of themselves.
Susan Kouguell explores 'Ballet 422' and the fact that oftentimes truth can be more compelling than fiction in your writing.
Susan Kouguell, award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker and screenwriting teacher at SUNY College at Purchase gives advice on writing dialogue that's truthful.
Jon James Miller challenges writers of action thrillers to make them a film-going experience the audience will feel in their bones.
Glenn M. Benest breaks down screenplay structure into three acts in is three-part webinar series. Sign up for one or all three to learn tips to get your screenplay outlined like a pro.
Jon James Miller explains how you have to understand the intellectual property of your story to expand beyond a spec screenplay into a potential miniseries, TV show or more.
Emmy-nominated writer David Misch interviews... himself... about the secrets of comedy writing.
Jon James Miller is a screenwriter, novelist and frequent online presenter. His first novel, a historical fiction based on an original screenplay, will be published Spring 2015. For more information, go to: www.jonjamesmiller.com Follow Jon on Twitter @jonjimmiller. Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Literary Manager and Producer Kevin Cleary...
There are no set rules for writing the documentary film. However, you do need to make clear choices in order to convey your subject matter. You can choose to follow the traditional 3-act structure or a nontraditional narrative format. Or you can choose to present your ideas subjectively or objectively. You can include stock...